Our first Resource Furniture video, displaying some of the coolest space-saving furniture currently available, is still our highest-rated vid of all time. And it's not surprising why: In addition to the showroom demos, we've got company President Ron Barth discussing the RF philosophy and why space-saving matters in people's lives.
One of the company's trademarks is that you can't tell, just by looking at it, that the furniture transforms; the pieces are all brilliantly designed and engineered to hide their multifunctionality, and completely absent any clunky compromises. And under Barth's curation they've become the go-to providers for folks who want good-looking, functional furniture but live in less space than they'd like to have. Most recently, in partnership with the Citizens Housing Planning Council (a nonprofit dedicated to housing and urban planning), Resource Furniture has kitted out a killer transforming micro-apartment on display at the Museum of the City of New York. The 325-square-foot space, called "Launchpad," is part of the Museum's "Making Room: New Models for Housing New Yorkers" exhibit.